Since the formalisation of its ties in 1979, relationship has permanently strengthened on the basis of friendship and cooperation, Dianelis Forestal Meijis who is in charge of Press at the Embassy of Cuba based in South Africa, told Metro this week.
“We proudly highlight the almost two decades of the Cuban medical cooperation in Lesotho, which started in 2002. In that African nation, a Cuban medical brigade currently works and has wide recognition from the authorities and the Kingdom population.
Likewise, Cuban specialists are in the country advising to materialize the opening of a Faculty of Sport and Physical Culture at the National University of Lesotho,” also reads the statement.
The embassy further showed that Cuba has also contributed and contributes, through the granting from annual scholarships for training in their educational institutions Basotho professionals in fields such as medicine, physical culture and sport, agronomy, veterinary, mining, economy, accounting, hydraulic engineering, telecommunications, civil construction, and computing, among other specialties.